Our partners use technology, like cookies, and gather browsing data to personalise the information and advertising shown for you and to give you the very best internet experience. Please let us know if you agree. By Iain Carter BBC golf correspondent In the wheel of a Land Rover, the aim was to negotiate off-road Scottish terrain… while blindfolded. That was the intimidating situation faced by England’s Bronte Law, who had been entirely determined by passengers to guide her. Those drivers in August were European team-mates and, a month on, they now face a huge challenge of a rather different type – . As Law prepares to make her debut in the match, which will bring more than 80,000 spectators, she reflected to famous Scottish hotel Gleneagles – if she had been appointed as a wildcard in Catriona Matthew’s European team. The priest used the opportunity to bring the line-up that will face the US along, with Law’s English compatriot Jodi Ewart-Shadoff the only absentee because she recovered from back surgery. And while a number of the period has been utilized to familiarise the players at Gleneagles that stages the contest which starts on Friday, the priest employed the opportunity . “We went Land Rovers driving off-road at the center of nowhere” Law told BBC Sport. “It entailed being spanked and also the team-mates in the trunk had to direct us. It is possible to imagine that is one way you get trust. “I’d Caroline Masson and Carlotta Ciganda guiding me – two really seasoned Solheim Cuppers. They did a better job than that I did of guiding me! So I know I could fall back to them for sure.” Legislation claims that the exercises went a long way to cementing the bond that will be essential if Europe would be to stop America from winning the cup for the third time. “Everyone got along quite well. It actually gave us an insight into the figures we have on the group,” she said. “It’s significant the camaraderie is there and I certainly believe experience helped supply that until we arrive in Gleneagles.” The 24-year-old out of Stockport might be a rookie but since the second-highest rated European, the world number 26 has got the capacity to become an essential cog in the European wheel. She needed a choice because she hasn’t had adequate time in her career. However, like her Language team-mates Georgia Hall and Charley Hull, Law is a winner on the LPGA Tour having succeeded in May in Virginia. The priest gave the nod that she would be picked before last month’s official statement. What’s more, Law owns a powerful record in group matchplay, in the contest between the leading amateurs of GB&I, 2016 getting the Great Britain and Ireland player to win five games in the Curtis Cup and their counterparts. “I love playing matchplay and enjoying great golf going to this game is something I’m very enthusiastic about,” said Law. “I only hope I will repeat what I have done in preceding matchplay events” When asked if she is relishing the chance of becoming one of the group’s leaders despite her lack of Solheim Cup experience, Law quickly replies”yes, certainly”. “It’s my duty to demonstrate the kind that I have during the year. Even although I’m a beginner, it does not really mean anything else,” she adds. “I must go out there and get my own points. Being highly ranked on the group, I carry that responsibility – and I want to play nicely for my team-mates. “Obviously playing Curtis Cups and representing England in the International Crown is going to help me to undergo the adventure.” Law is one of three first-timers in France’s Celine Boutier along with the European line-up, along with the big-hitting Dutchwoman Anne van Dam. It seems a contest, together with the US side judged only slight favourites of Juli Inkster. “They’re all really great golfers and on their day some of them are capable of winning, so there won’t be any easy matches,” Law said. “They’ve players high in the world rankings, the likes of Lexi (Thompson), Jessica and Nelly (Korda) and Danielle (Kang) but, finally, I always tell myself I’ve beaten all of those women. The US could be searching for a hat-trick of successes, but the team attempting to achieve the effort is only one in transition. There are five rookies – Annie Park, Meghan Kang, Marina Alex, Brittany Altomare and also Nelly Korda – and three additional players competing in their first off contest, namely Jessica Korda Angel Yin and Kang. Dealing with the Solheim atmosphere will be critical to the result, using a grandstand for 2,500 people enclosing the very first tee. It will not be any surprise if the Law that is gutsy copes – regardless of it being her first time. “I will go out there and fight until the end to get my point,” she said. Piloting a Land Rover blindfolded is 1 matter but this week, equipped with a full complement of senses to do a more familiar type of driving, she looks ready for the job ahead. The Solheim Cup is part of BBC Sport’s Change The Game campaign. #ChangeTheGame from BBC Sport celebrates a summer packed full of women’s sporting complementary and action programming across radio, TV and on the internet. Read more here: http://www.storybox.nu/arkiver/406040